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Clarifying sugar cane juce, Annam, Vietnam
Clarifying sugar cane juce, Annam, Vietnam, 1922. An Annamese peasant ladles raw juice into copper pans, where it is mixed with ashes, clay, lime or another refining material, and heated so that the impurities sink, leaving the syrup on top. From Peoples of All Nations, Their Life Today and the Story of Their Past, volume I: Abyssinia to the British Empire, edited by JA Hammerton and published by the Educational Book Company (London, 1922).
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